Conduct Officer "Boot Camp"  
Sunday, October 21, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The ASCA Session is a Conduct Officer “boot camp” intended to train hearing officers or interested professionals on the foundational elements of Student Conduct. The “boot camp” is designed for entry level hearing officers such as new conduct professionals, housing staff, and graduate students - but would be helpful for anyone new to student conduct work. Program format will include lecture, small group work, and case study to hone practical skills.

Topics include: 

  • The history of student conduct
  • Legal foundations
  • Hearing preparation
  • Effective questioning
  • The decision-making process
  • Sanctioning and rationale writing

    Presenters: 
    Kecia Baker, Coordinator of Student Support, Tarrant County College District
    Douglas Eck, Assistant Dean of Students, University of Houston
    Ann Goodman, Ph.D., Associate Director for Student Organization Services & Conduct, Texas A&M University

    Assessment Seminar 
    Sunday, October 21, 2 – 4 p.m.

    The Assessment Seminar is a “boot camp” for professionals interested in building their assessment skills as a practice. Designed for campuses and/or departments with limited resources, the program offers an opportunity for participants to learn the basics needed to either enhance the work you are currently doing or begin something new for your area or campus. Program format will include presentations, small group work, and practical workshops that make assessment more salient in your work.

    Presentations include: 

    • Assessment 101
    • Assessment when you are the only one doing it
    • Surveys and other data collection methods
    • Basic statistics that I need to know

    Presenter: 
    Pamelyn Klepal Shefman, PhD, Director of Assessment and Planning, University of Houston

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